Divi 3.0 is here.
If you’re not a WordPress nerd, that may not mean a lot to you. But to some of us, those four little words bring a thrill and a level of excitement not usually found with an announcement about a WordPress theme update.
A Little Background. . .
Divi is a theme from Elegant Themes. Unlike most themes, it uses a set of tools called a page builder which lets you create customized pages without having to know any programming or code.
This is a big deal.
Now, after a highly transparent process and a massive, 100-day countdown, version 3.0 of Divi is here.
This is another big deal.
Front-End Editing with Divi 3.0
It’s a big deal for a lot of reasons, but the one that will probably be most notable to the average user is, that Divi 3.0 lets you edit your site in the front end.
The front end is the public-facing part of the site, and the back end is the private part.
Now, Divi lets you edit the site in real time, from the front end. No need to refresh screens as changes happen in real time. And it’s fast!
Also, your editing tools are customizable, resizable, and easy to adjust for your working style. They’re designed to not clutter up your screen, but to be available as you need them.
Just the Tip of the Iceberg
There’s much more to Divi than just (just!) front-end editing. Over the coming weeks I’ll be writing a whole lot more about this incredible theme.
Click here [aff] for extensive information about the Divi 3.0 release, including a link to purchase.
More to Come
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be writing more about Divi. A lot more! So stay tuned for more in-depth information about what Divi can do your your website.
Do you have questions about Divi? Ask them in the comments area below.
2 thoughts on “Divi 3.0 is Here, and it’s Practically Magic”
So, how is this purchased, and used in conjunction with a shared hosting platform like Bluehost?
Divi is a WordPress theme. Once you have installed WordPress on your hosting account, you install your theme. Here’s a link to purchase it.
Here are instructions on how to install a theme.
Hope this helps!
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